[zeromq-dev] Too much ZeroMQ overhead versus plain TCP Java NIO Epoll (with measurements)

Julie Anderson julie.anderson.uk at gmail.com
Thu Aug 30 17:56:36 CEST 2012

As I said in the text you quoted: "I will try to come up with a simple
version to do the same thing."

But Stuart did that for me in C. My thanks to him.

I am not complaining about anything... Just trying to understand why the
extra latency is necessary. There are already some very good answers here
about that. This extra latency by itself does not make ZeroMQ bad or slow.
I think Robert was the one that addressed that very well. The minority of
financial systems (hedge funds and exchanges) will care about 10

On Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 10:10 AM, andrea crotti
<andrea.crotti.0 at gmail.com>wrote:

> 2012/8/29 Julie Anderson <julie.anderson.uk at gmail.com>:
> >
> >
> > I understand your frustration. I don't put the code here because I don't
> > want to, but because I am legally unable to. If you have a boss or
> employer
> > you can understand that. :) I will try to come up with a simple version
> to
> > do the same thing. I should not be hard to do a ping-pong in Java.
> >
> I really don't believe you're not legally able to paste some code
> frankly.  If there is some sensitive data in the tests you're doing
> delete it it and use dummy data.  Do you think they are going to fire
> you because you wrote some code which has absolutely no relevance with
> your company in a mainling list?
> If not rewrite it when you're at home, I'm sure it's not that hard,
> complaining about something not being able to prove anything is not
> that good imho..
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